November 10, 2011
The latest viral buzz from streamepisodesonline.com
The president of Russia has his own cheerleaders. Not politically or metaphorically...literally attractive young women in tight tops and short skirts. These are the Medvedev Girls, an online activist organization who really love Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. They're the Betty to Femen's Veronica.
Nanotechnology enabled experience? The Nokia HumanForm phone is neither real nor human shaped, but I've never coveted a fictional piece of technology quite so hard.
Girl, who does your feathers? This little bird adds some stylish flair to her tail.
It's even called "Mini Piglets". Perhaps the fastest way to use a crock pot to traumatize dinner guests.
It's a 1500-pound buffalo who cruises around in a convertible with his owner. The buffalo and the cocker spaniel make cute Canadian countryside friends. They should have their own wacky sitcom.
While in Michigan, Herman Cain posed the question, "How do you beat Obama?" His answer was an unsurprisingly ridiculous new slogan. Here's a good rule of thumb, Herman. If your slogan has a double meaning, it's only good if one of those meanings isn't a horrific act of violence that has racial undertones.
This is some X-Files stuff, this is. Scientists are uncertain the exact cause, but the leading hypothesis is that ice-crystals in the Earth's atmosphere and electric discharges from thunderclouds create these strange jumping clouds.
Al Franken went after Senator Grassley during today's hearings on DOMA. When will Republicans stop spreading their BS?
Looks like Rick Perry's campaign is in damage control mode after last night's debate debacle. Screw the Marine Mammal Commission. I hate those guys.
The brilliant Tommy Craggs called it Paterno's "Nixon-Boarding-The-Helicopter" moment, and he's spot on. It's tone deaf. Sad. Deserved. Chaotic.
If crappy beer that will get you blacked out is your aim, look no further.
Rick Perry at the GOP debate can't remember his own talking points when coming up with the third department of government he would eliminate. "Oops."--Former Presidential Candidate Rick Perry
The mounting hanky panky accusations against Herman Cain don't seem to be dampening the GOP's enthusiasm for him. They also boo Mitt Romney being asked about Herman Cain's misconduct. These Republican crowds sure are vocal, what with their booing and whooping and oh my God.